Marcelin Albert meeting French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau

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Marcelin Albert meeting French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau. Albert was the popular leader of a revolt by winemakers in the Midi region of the south of France. He went to Paris and met Clemenceau, who agreed to introduce measures to crack down on fraudulent wine production if Albert would return to the Midi and calm the rebellion. Un coup de theatre. Marcelin Albert chez M Clemenceau. Illustration for Le Petit Journal, 7 July 1907.

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